Location: United States
LuminArté Design and Fine Art Gallery, conveniently located in the Dallas Design District, represents and promotes international mid-career artists, whose works are exhibited in private, corporate and museum collections all over the world. LuminArté provides art placement and interior design consultation, presenting collectors, designers and corporate clients with a diverse array of artwork in a variety of media, styles and techniques.
Albena was born into a family of artists and received 12 years of classical art training in Europe. She started painting when she was only four years old. Shortly after graduation Albena created several large murals. Albena’s first solo art show was in 1987. During time in Europe, Albena participated every year at Art Basel - the most prestigious modern art show in the world. Corporate and private collectors bought all her art before every show opening. In 1990 Albena moved to Southern California with her family.
Keiko Gonzalez was born in Texas and raised in the US and Bolivia, Keiko Gonzalez studied art in Texas and received an advanced degree and the Ralph Bunche Fellowship from Rutgers University Mason Gross School of Art and traveled and studied in Europe.
Judith Seay was born in Dallas. She received her fine arts degree from SMU. Jerry Bywaters, one of the Dallas Nine, and some of the other professors influenced the Dallas Museum of Art and the Mid Century contemporary art scene in Dallas. Judith broadened her artistic horizon by studying at UT and UNT her painting teachers at SMU were DeForest Judd and Stephen Wilder She has created her own style in which you may see influences of the Dallas Regionalists. She has brought that artistic fervor into the 21st century with adventurous paths in her paintings.
Gina was born and lived in Rhode Island during her early childhood. As a teen and adult, she has lived lived and traveled extensively throughout the United States and Europe. While living in Italy, Gina contracted a childhood illness and during her recuperation her mother gave her a set of oil paints and canvas. She had always been drawn to art doing sketches and pastels but fell in love with painting from that point on.
ANTONIO GUERRERO Is a contemporary Cuban artist. He was born in 1968 in Matanzas, Cuba, under the Castro regime. Guerrero grew up in a household where artistic expression was appreciated and encouraged; although material were not always available, his dreams and ideas were abundant.
In 1986 Antonio was drafted into the army and was immediately transported to Africa to fight in the Ethiopian War. He was inspired by the people and scenes of Africa and he developed an interest in modern expressionism and began to experiment with modern forms of visual art.